Says someone who writes for the Wall Street Journal, which is a publication deserving of high praise, though my trial membership just converted to a full-priced one. The article in question is titled When a Passion for Videogames Helps Land That Job,
In part 1, I geeked out about what Runescape was. In part 2, I covered some of the most likely strategies for enterprising merchants. In this post, we’ll don our black hats and explore the darker side of Runescape’s markets. Wildly
In part 1, I provided historical context. I explained what Runescape was and why Runescape was so great in the mid-aughts. I also provided details pertaining to the machinations of the in-game economy and the player-to-player trading system. In this
Back in 2007, Runescape was one of the most popular games on the internet. Today, an “old school” version of the game, released in 2013, that preserves beloved late-2007 mechanics regularly has over 100,000 concurrent players. This warms my heart.
I tried to do some honest research for this article, but nearly every person I surveyed was hesitant to admit whether they’d stayed at a motel. The motel has a bad reputation because the lodges are commonly located in seedy, desolate areas frequented